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  1. British Birdwatch Results 2021

    British Birdwatch Results 2021

    © Bachkova Natalia / Shutterstock.com The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch 2021 attracted more than one million people - making it the largest ever recorded! The annual event enables the wildlife charity to monitor Britain's wild bird population by asking members...
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  2. The Monarch Butterfly

    The Monarch Butterfly

    © Tim Herbert / Shutterstock.com The beautiful Monarch butterfly is one of the most well-studied butterflies on the planet - and with very good reason. A legendary pollinator: the colourful black, orange and white butterfly enables plants to seed, fruit...
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  3. A Rockpool of Surprises

    A Rockpool of Surprises

    © davemhuntphotography / Shutterstock.com A simple, fun activity that doesn't cost anything, rock pooling can be enjoyed by all the family. As a source of much wonder, you can learn about dozens of sea creatures that you won't see anywhere...
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  4. It’s a Frog’s Life

    It’s a Frog’s Life

    © Lesley Andrew / Shutterstock.com Did you know, garden ponds are increasingly important for the survival of the common frog due to a decline in its natural habitat? The number of natural ponds in the British countryside has decreased by...
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  5. Understanding Birdsong

    Understanding Birdsong

    © Menno Schaefer / Shutterstock.com Birds are among the planet's most fascinating and tuneful creatures. While it might appear they are singing simply because they're happy, birds expend so much energy making themselves heard for far more practical reasons. Birds...
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  6. Catkins


    © Carl Mckie / Shutterstock.com Brightening up the landscape with their tiny colourful blooms, catkins are a familiar sight in spring. Their long, slim clusters of delicate flowers grow on many of our British trees and play a vital role...
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  7. The Splendour of Spring

    The Splendour of Spring

    © Coatesy / Shutterstock.com The welcoming signs of spring are in the air at last, bringing fresh hope following an uncertain and challenging winter. Spring officially starts on one of three days each year, during the period known as the...
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  8. Wordsworth: The Daffodils

    Wordsworth: The Daffodils

    English poet William Wordsworth celebrates our relationship with nature. Written in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, his work is as relevant today as it was 200 years ago...
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